Sport Hull City have agreed a fee with Tottenham for Jake Livermore

Livermore will now discuss personal terms about a permanent move to the KC Stadium, after he impressed there last season while on loan

Leading article: Liberalism has improved Britain – its defenders must speak up

When David Cameron spoke of "pockets of our society that are not only broken, but frankly sick", in his first response to the recent rioting, he was saying no more than would have been expected from a Conservative prime minister in such circumstances.

Calm is restored to Tottenham – but the anger remains

Jerome Taylor tests the temperature in the streets of the north London district where this week's riots began

IPCC admits it wrongly said Duggan fired at police

The police watchdog body investigating the shooting of Mark Duggan, the man whose death sparked riots in north London, admitted yesterday that it may have "inadvertently" briefed journalists incorrectly that the father-of-four fired on officers before he was killed.

Howard Jacobson: They may be criminals, but we're the ones who have created them

That form of looting known as corporate larceny continues to rage unchecked

Ed Miliband links riots to scandals

Labour leader Ed Miliband today linked looting and riots which swept England to the MPs' expenses scandal, banking crisis and phone hacking.

Appeal over death that sparked riot

A witness appeal has been made exactly a week after Mark Duggan was shot dead in Tottenham.

Barber whose shop was looted is cut a break with donations

A campaign for cash donations to help an 89-year-old man who had his barber shop trashed in the rioting and looting in Tottenham has raised more than £14,000.

Water cannon, round-ups and dye – MPs grapple over response to chaos

Conservatives consider tough measures during emergency debate as Labour targets Coalition plans to cut police budgets

How gangs have taken the place of parents in urban ghettoes

Ian Burrell explores the backgrounds of the London rioters

Matthew Norman: Cameron's biggest test has arrived. Is he up to the job?

The Prime Minister looks desperate. Desperately slow to react, desperately short of gravitas, and desperately remote from the amalgam of pressures

How gangs have taken the place of parents in urban ghettoes

Ian Burrell explores the backgrounds of the London rioters

Gang suspect killed by police did not fire his gun, tests show

The man whose death was used as a spark for rioting and looting did not fire his weapon before being killed by armed police, investigators have said.

Leading article: The police have misled once again

Once again the Metropolitan Police stands accused of misleading the public about a controversial death. A narrative (apparently relying heavily on police sources) emerged from reports on the death of the suspected gangster Mark Duggan last Thursday. It was claimed that Duggan had opened fire on officers from the Met's firearms unit when they moved in to arrest him. It was reported that the police had shot Duggan dead in response. There was even the suggestion that one officer only escaped being killed by Duggan because his radio took a bullet.

Nigel Morris: Cameron's response raises doubts over his competence

The pictures of blazing buildings in Tottenham, Hackney, Croydon and Ealing look likely to become the defining images of David Cameron's early days in Downing Street.

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